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I recently acquired 7 more of these monsters from an ex-IW player and started being dissatisfied with their poses.
Does anyone else think that the fact that all of the Oblits are basically walking at a squat/crouch is kinda awkward?
I've been thinking about converting them to be more upright and walking. Has anyone thought about or tried this?
It is the best poses for them since they have 'Slow and Purposeful'...
I wouldn't change them since they are walking machines/chaos incarnate and they are cumbersome and all that... ;o
Thanks to all the people showing faith in me
I sometimes feel that everyone will leave me and they will be on their own...
I know your pain. On my desk, this very moment, is an Obliterator just waiting to be sawed to pieces, it quite intimidating work though as it's quite a heavy model...
But still, just to get the trusty old saw out and see what happends.
I think he might turn out quite huge actually, once them legs have been straightened out.
Thanks for the replies!
Sure the poses may make 'em look SaP but it is but it's not very aesthetically pleasing or inspiring. When I had 2 I thought meh they're ok looking but with 9 the poses are just not very inspiring.
I guess with them being taller and more imposing looking they'll draw even more fire than before. Which could be a very good thing!
I'm also planning on using metal terminator heads and helmets, because the weedy heads they come with aren't very inspiring.
I would imagine the hacking of the model will require a lot of patience. I think it will be worth it for the unique looking end result.